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Continuous-Time Simultaneous-Localization and Mapping
The emerging paradigm of Continuous-Time Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (CTSLAM) has become a competitive alternative to conventional discrete-time approaches in recent times and holds the additional promise of fusing multi-modal sensor setups in a truly generic manner, rendering its importance to robotic navigation and manipulation seminal. Based on our recent works, there are several possible and interesting extensions that are currently under consideration as student theses, spanning from research-oriented to engineering-oriented topics. We are looking forward to individually discussing the available theses in greater detail in person.